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These various impressions--produced while Alban's enemy was ominously silent--began to suffer an imperceptible change, from the moment when Mirabel decided that his time had come to take the lead.
It is charged," Ugh-Gluk said ominously, "that thou dealest with evil spirits, wherefore thy hunting is rewarded.
He shook his head ominously and looked forward without hope to the fall elections.
The papers this morning are ominously silent about the fleet.
Remained of the episode only the scorch of cloth drifting ominously through the air.
He led the way out, wagging his head and growling ominously.
He is standing close to the lazy gentleman, and says with a faint smile that he believes She is a very strong Ship; to which the lazy gentleman, looking first in his questioner's eye and then very hard in the wind's, answers unexpectedly and ominously, that She need be.
The truth is--and, as there is no accounting for tastes, even a taste so strange as this may be recorded without being looked upon as a wilful and malicious invention--the truth is that neither Mrs Wackles nor her eldest daughter had at any time greatly favoured the pretensions of Mr Swiveller, being accustomed to make slight mention of him as 'a gay young man' and to sigh and shake their heads ominously whenever his name was mentioned.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The world had come ominously close to a nuclear war in the past and it could happen again as Russia and the West have slipped back into what seems like another Cold War, world-renowned scholar Noam Chomsky said.
More ominously, on Thursday, the Obama administration will warn that the US will deplete its borrowing authority and risk an unprecedented federal default.
Summary: Formula One leader Sebastian Vettel avoided a rash of spins and crashes Friday to ominously .
But big Phil Hogan ominously said he is going to make the savings elsewhere so other vulnerable groups watch out.